Dustin A. Cable
Dustin Cable is a policy researcher and statistician for the Demographics & Workforce Group where he conducts analysis and research at the intersection of demographics, public policy, and politics. Dustin brings considerable experience in policy analysis, statistical methods, data management and design, survey methods, data simulation, forecasting, and visualization techniques. Much of his work in political analysis and policy research has garnered state and national recognition.
Dustin earned his B.S. in Systems Engineering and Government at the University of Virginia before joining the Demographics and Workforce Group. While working at the Cooper Center he earned his Master in Public Policy at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. He has conducted research and analysis on topics in social policy including alternative poverty measures, the impact of health care reform, and adult illiteracy. He has also served on Virginia's Independent Bipartisan Advisory Commission on Redistricting as a demographic advisor and authored studies on how demographics influence elections and campaigns.